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After a Point-Blank Rejection Letter From the FDA, This Founder Went Back to the Drawing Board
Cindy Whitehead spent years working on a treatment for low sexual desire in women. When the FDA rejected her drug, she disputed the decision with the stories of affected women -- and won.
Get Ready for Digital Pills: FDA Clears Self-Tracking Drug
The drug, which contains a tiny ingestible sensor, is designed for patients with mental illness.
Chipotle Hires Former Critic to Help Improve Food Safety
David Acheson, a former official at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, was brought on as an adviser.
The FDA Wants to Find Out if Cartoon Drug Ads Are Bad for Consumers
The agency will look into whether the ads obscure important safety and side effect information.
What Business and Government Should Do When Innovation Outpaces Regulation
Through education, proactive self-regulation and collaboration with regulators, industry leaders can help speed the process of rule-making.
FTC Orders 'Brain Training' Company Lumosity to Pay $2 Million Over Deceptive Advertising Practices
'Lumosity simply did not have the science to back up its ads,' said the FTC's director of consumer protection.
Will Genetically Modified Salmon Help Feed the World, or Drive the Species to Extinction?
Although the polarizing product likely won't come to market for years, it's already making waves.
Health Regulators Are Investigating Theranos's Blood Test Technology
The investigations follow complaints filed by two former Theranos employees, casting even greater doubt upon the honesty and accuracy of the $9 billion blood test startup.